Zelenskiy's first act as Ukraine's new president

Zelenskiy's first act as Ukraine's new president

Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelenskiy took the oath of office on Monday and immediately announced he was dissolving parliament and calling a snap election, aiming to win seats in a legislature still dominated by loyalists of his predecessor.
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Dems say Trump showed he has no plan for Iran

Dems say Trump showed he has no plan for Iran

The Democratic chairman of the House Armed Services Committee on Sunday told CBS News that last week's nearly-executed U.S. strike on Iran shows the White House has no strategy to get Tehran to the negotiating table.
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New sanctions for Iran but Trump softens rhetoric

New sanctions for Iran but Trump softens rhetoric

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Democratic hopefuls descend on South Carolina

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Grey seals have the ability to copy speech and songs using the same production mechanism as humans, researchers at Scotland's University of St. Andrews have found. Mia Womersley reports
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Week ahead on Wall Street

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China will loom large for investors next week, ranging from the Trump-Xi summit to earnings from Nike and FedEx.
Wall Street edges down on Gulf tension

Wall Street edges down on Gulf tension

Wall Street closed slightly lower Friday as tensions between the U.S. and Iran undercut positive sentiment stemming from Vice President Mike Pence's move to put off a planned speech on China policy.
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Missouri won't renew abortion clinic's license

Missouri won't renew abortion clinic's license

Missouri health officials on Friday refused to renew the license of the state’s only abortion clinic, but the facility will remain open for now as a judge left in place an injunction blocking its closure.
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Protesters demand HK government drop charges

Protesters demand HK government drop charges

Thousands of black-clad protesters blocked roads and surrounded police headquarters in Hong Kong on Friday in the latest demonstrations over an extradition bill that has triggered violent protests and plunged the Chinese-ruled city into crisis.
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Trump says he aborted strike to spare Iranian lives

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U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he aborted a military strike on Iran because he it could have killed 150 people, a disproportionate response to Tehran's downing of an unmanned U.S. surveillance drone.
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Fire ripped through a Pennsylvania oil refinery early on Friday, triggering a huge explosion that one employee said "looked like a nuclear bomb went off." Havovi Cooper reports
Delta plays "white knight" in Korea

Delta plays "white knight" in Korea

Delta Air Lines bought a small stake in Korean Air Lines' parent company, giving a boost to the Korean carrier's management that seeks to thwart a local activist fund's challenge.
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Exxon's $53 bln Iraq deal hit by contract snags, Iran tensions - sources

Exxon's $53 bln Iraq deal hit by contract snags, Iran tensions - sources

Just weeks ago, U.S. energy giant ExxonMobil looked poised to move ahead with a $53 billion project to boost Iraq's oil output. But Iraqi officials say contractual warngling and security concerns are making a final agreement increasingly unlikely.
Johannesburg's coding dojo that takes only 1% of applicants

Johannesburg's coding dojo that takes only 1% of applicants

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Fears for food production as swine fever spreads

Fears for food production as swine fever spreads

As Vietnam culls more than 2.5 million pigs to contain the spread of an African swine fever outbreak, the disease may already be affecting a significant proportion of pigs in mainland China.
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After drone downing, airlines told to avoid Iran

After drone downing, airlines told to avoid Iran

The FAA has told U.S. airlines to avoid Iran after the shooting down of a drone, and many international airlines are choosing to follow suit voluntarily.
Huge fire rips through Philadelphia refinery

Huge fire rips through Philadelphia refinery

Fire ripped through a Pennsylvania oil refinery early on Friday, triggering a huge explosion that local media said rocked homes several miles away. Havovi Cooper reports
British minister suspended after grabbing protester by neck

British minister suspended after grabbing protester by neck

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